BEA WebLogic Platform 7 by Jatinder Prem, Bernard Ciconte, Manish Devgan, Scott Dunbar,

By Jatinder Prem, Bernard Ciconte, Manish Devgan, Scott Dunbar, Peter Go

BEA® WebLogic Platform 7 is a fast paced advent to the hot WebLogic Platform. the focal point of this e-book is to supply you with an in-depth wisdom of the WebLogic Platform 7.0 product and the way you could leverage its functions and new positive factors to create, configure, deal with, and visual display unit an optimum operational surroundings on your J2EE functions. as a result, the first technical subject matters mentioned during this booklet fall lower than the world of WebLogic Server management. This publication covers in J2EE suggestions and the way to increase J2EE purposes specific for the WebLogic Platform.

  • Become versed at the functions, new good points and technical structure of the WebLogic Server 7.0.
  • Master the best way to set up and successfully configure a WebLogic Server.
  • Configure the WebLogic Server to take advantage of BEA¿s performance-based JRockit JVM.
  • Leverage the WebLogic Server¿s management and deployment tools.
  • Extend a WebLogic Server area throughout the creation of distant controlled servers.
  • Configure community assets on your WebLogic Servers.
  • enforce an management and tracking framework utilizing Node supervisor together with the WebLogic Server¿s new Self-Health tracking System.
  • Activate and configure your WebLogic Server¿s logging capabilities.
  • Architect and enforce hugely on hand and scalable software deployment recommendations utilizing the WebLogic Server cluster.
  • Optimally package deal J2EE net and company functions and installation them in your WebLogic Server.
  • Performance music the WebLogic Server¿s inner subsystems.
  • Optimize the WebLogic Server¿s default HotSpot JVM.

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They typically learn on the job after struggling in a round-robin style. In the meantime, their project schedules will be skewed to reflect a traditional approach to delivering a software project the Waterfall Method. • Business analysts capture the project requirements using the traditional methods of data and process modeling, hoping that everything will come together to form an object at some point in the project. • Technical architects try to develop high-level views of the desired J2EE solution, leaving many technical voids to be filled in later as they learn the technology.

Deliver solutions with limited or the wrong functionality? The answer is no, as stated earlier; IT projects do not naturally fail. 0 and the J2EE framework are a very exciting combination for delivering unparalleled IT solutions, but their implementation alone does not guarantee a successful project. It is the complexity of the project's tasks (processes), the people within a project, and how they are managed that will inevitably prove the success or failure of a project. They all need to operate fluently together like well-oiled cogs.

In general, even though most IT projects fail due to management-related issues as opposed to technical problems, every aspect of a failed project, including the employed technology, somehow becomes tainted with a negative shroud. In spite of this, the employment of a simple project assessment checklist will ensure that most J2EE projects that have the potential to fail are either saved or terminated before they begin. The following list is a well-observed and industry-accepted IT project checklist, which you can use to check the health of your J2EE project before it actually begins.

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